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massage therapy
RELIEVES STRESS

ENCOURAGES RELAXATION

IMPROVES POSTURE

IMPROVES CIRCULATION

LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE

HELPS MANAGE PAIN

RELAXES MUSCLES

ENHANCES POST-OPERATIVE REHABILITATION

IMPROVES REHABILITATION AFTER INJURY

IMPROVES FLEXIBILITY AND RANGE OF MOTION

RELIEVES TENSION-RELATED HEADACHES

STRENGTHENS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
RESEARCH PROVES
THAT MASSAGE
RECENT SCIENTIFIC
THERAPY DECREASES  
RECOVERY TIME IN
MANY MEDICAL
CONDITIONS
INCLUDING:

Arthritis

Carpal Tunnel
Syndrome

Asthma & Bronchitis

Circulatory Problems

Insomnia

Sports Injuries

TMJ

Fibromyalgia &
Chronic Fatigue
Syndrome

Musculo-Skeletal
Disorders
Amanda Kriz, CMT
types of massage
Swedish Massage
pressure. Relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation,
increases serotonin levels, improves muscle tone and promotes
total mind and body relaxation.  
Deep Tissue Massage
A firm-pressure therapeutic massage. Helps to
alleviate pain, muscle spasms, stress, inflammation, and tissue damage.
Great for anyone with soft tissue problems that produce any discomfort
or pain.
Prenatal Massage
pain often encountered in the lower back, neck, hips and legs during
pregnancy. Safe semi-reclined and side-to-side body positioning with
body pillows for extra comfort.
Sports and Injury Massage
A form of massage used by athletes, both professional and amateur.
Helps prevent injury by identifying muscle tightness, trigger points
and scar tissue which if left untreated may lead to injury. Improves
the efficiency of your muscles and so enhances your performance.
Reflexology
An ancient modality to promote total body balance by applying light
to medium pressure to specific points on the bottom of the feet.
tips to get the most from your massage
1.  Do not eat just before a massage session. Let your body digest your meal first.

2.  Be on time. If you arrive in a frenzied, rushed state, it may take longer to relax.

3.  Take off only as much clothing as you are comfortable removing.      
Privacy: the therapist will leave the room while you undress. A sheet is     
only the part of your body being massaged, ensuring that modesty is
respected at all times. After the massage is finished, you will be provided
with privacy while dressing.
4.  Communicate with your massage therapist:
Give accurate health information, including any allergies to oils and
lotions. Let the massage therapist know your expectations and reasons
for the massage.

Some people like to talk during a massage, while others remain silent,
Tell your massage therapist what you prefer.

Give feedback to the massage therapist during the massage on the
amount of pressure, Do not be afraid to discuss any apprehensions or
concerns. It is important that you be as comfortable as possible during
your massage.
often stop or limit their breathing when they feel anxious or when a sensitive
area is massaged.

6.  Relax your muscles and your mind. Tightening up by contracting or
hardening your muscles during the massage is counterproductive.

7.  Drink extra water after your massage.

8.  Massage has its greatest benefits over time. The therapeutic effects of
massage are cumulative. The more often you get a massage, the better
you will feel and the more quickly your body will respond. From one session
to the next, relaxation deepens as the chronic patterns of stress in the body
are affected and released. If you're getting massage to address chronic
muscle tension or recovery from a soft tissue injury, more than one session
is usually needed.
notes about your visit
First visits should arrive 10 minutes prior to treatment to allow time to
fill out our paperwork and initial health assessment.

remaining time alloted.

A 24 hour cancellation notice is greatly appreciated; non-cancellations
will result in a $25.00 charge.

Please respect fellow patients and clients and silence your cell phone.
For additional information about massage visit:
309 NORTH DIVISION  /  GUTHRIE  /  OKLAHOMA 73044  /  405.282.8585